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Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency (MRSA)

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Remote Sensing Application System

The Research and Development (R&D) programme of MRSA is formulated to support user agencies in the management of agriculture production, natural resources, environment, disaster, security and land development. The programme also carries out the cabinet directives on the use of remote sensing technology to support implementing agencies in the planning, development and management of national resources. The success of this programme is achieved through active participation by government agencies, institutes of higher learning and private sectors. 


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The Fishing Site Identification System (FSI) was developed in collaboration with the Department of Fisheries (DOF), Malaysian Fisheries Development Authority (LKIM) and the National Fishermen’s Association (NEKMAT). The system consisted of three (3) main components, i.e. processing of satellite images, database, and information dissemination system. Highly potential fishing sites are determined in the form of coordinates and subsequently conveyed to registered fishermen via Short Messaging System MySMS-15888. This system can also be accessed online through the FSI portal. By using this system, the fishermen can locate potential fishing ground within a short time and with reduced fuel costs, thus increasing the total amount of fish catch.